Leadership

Blythwood Road Baptist Church is administered through a congregational form of church government. Members of the congregation are ultimately responsible for approving the mission and programme of the church. The congregation meets twice yearly to celebrate God's faithfulness and approve plans for the future work of the church. Blythwood Road Baptist Church is linked to the wider work of the church through voluntary associations with Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec (www.baptist.ca) and various national and international Baptist groups.

The congregation entrusts the week-to-week administration of the church and its programmes to the pastor and staff who work in partnership with these boards and committees. To see the 2019 Annual Report from each of these boards and committees, go to the highlighted Click  Here for each category.  


Pastor David

Rev. David Thomas became Senior Pastor September 2015, after serving as Associate Pastor since August 2011. 
David graduated in May 2012 from McMaster Divinity College with a Master of Divinity. He has an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto majoring in English and French language and literature.
David lives in Toronto with his wife Nicole. He loves music and cooking outdoors. It was once said of him "There goes David again - always talking God, guitars, or bbq!"

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The Board of Deacons is responsible for the spiritual life of the congregation and endeavours to ensure the church fulfills its vision to continue the work of Christ in the world. The pastor is an active participant in the work of this board. 

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The Board of Christian Education works with our pastors to provide Bible Study, educational and social opportunities for people of all ages to develop a closer relationship with the Lord Jesus and each other.

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The House Committee is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the church building and equipment.

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The Finance Committee prepares the church budget for approval by the congregation and provides for oversight of all financial matters and encourages faithful stewardship of all giving to the church and its programmes.

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